Browsing Tag: Gurmukhi

This new book came about mainly because of the feedback I received from my earlier Have Fun With Panjabi books. Parents wanted the next stage up. A book that would engage children who have little or no knowledge of the Panjabi/Gurmukhi script. A book that could prepare them for when they go to Panjabi school or could even be used for beginners at Panjabi school.
[VIDEO] Thank you to the Basics of Sikhi team for creating this free 28 part online video tutorial series. The final videos in the series is a repeatable and slow recitation of Jap ji Sahib. Very valuable videos to watch for anyone interested in Gurbani.
I wouldn't limit this app to kids. I think the app is just the thing that will finally help my father in law (who is in his 60s and wants to learn Punjabi) easily learn the language at his own pace but in an interactive and engaging way.
The cursive touch was just out of the world, never seen in Gurmukhi. The surprise came when we shared it on PDL's Facebook page...
Concerned over the dwindling number of children able to speak in Gurmukhi, the Sikhs in Pakistan have demanded the government establish separate institution for the community so that the language of their scriptures can be taught to the community members.
Sikhs don't waste time spreading Sikhism like other religions do because, one does not give away diamonds. I am lucky I came across this True Diamond, I only hope I have the IQ it takes to follow the Super Advanced Spiritual Teachings of the "Lights that Dispel the Darkness, our Gurus".
There's a lasting link between the 35-character alphabet used to write Punjabi and the Sikh religion.
Just release! Beautiful new Gurmukhi Calligraphy Style Font (Prabhki)

On SikhNet and on the web various Gurbani fonts are used to display Gurbani text on web pages. The Most common fonts in use are the GurbaniAkhar typefaces.

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